Nice little 32 ford with blown flatty, its so nice I threw a bid out just to see if I can catch it for cheap. (FAT CHANCE)
American Stamping Frame Rails (Boxed)
Genuine Halibrand Quickchange (Totally Rebuilt)
T5 5 Speed Transmission Hydraulic Clutch, With a ’39 Shifter a Bakelite Dice Knob
5 50 X15 Front Tires 7 50 X16 Rears Firestones Bias Ply
Original Mor Drop Front Axle With ’37 Style Spindles And Stainless Steering Arms
Original ’32 Grille Shell and Insert With A Rare Cock a Snook Devil Radiator Ornament
Original ’32 Firewall
1940 Ford Dash With Standard Gauge Cluster And Genuine Casino Dice for Knobs. Ash Trays Are Also Functional With Small Dice Knobs and Glove Box Is Functional
1940 Ford Steering Column With Lime Works Smaller 40 Steering Wheel
1940 Ford Brakes (Buick Drums Front and Rear)
Rolled and Pleated Interior (Traditional Style)
Stainless Steel Brake Lines and Fuel Lines
Vega Steering Box
Stainless Steel Ti Rod and Drag Link
Genuine Bee Hive Filter Not Reproduction!
Supercharged 59A Ford Flathed The Motor is bored 40 over, has a Merc Crank, Stainless Chevy Style Valves, Hardened Seats, Schneider Cam,Johnson Adjustable Lifters, Isky Dual Valve Springs, Offenhauser Heads (Polished), Fenton Headers, All New Internals!
The Blower is a 4 71 GMC With Crager 3 Belt Drive Navarro 4-71 Blower Intake
Carburation 4 Stromberg “48′s” on a Weiand Adapter
1946 Ford Distributor with Pertronix Ignitor
All Wireing Is Done With Cloth Covered Wire To Maintain That Old Time Look
Generator Is a 1940 Style With A Small Mitsubishi Alternator Inside, (You Can’t Tell) So it Doesn’t look Ugly Like The Power Gens and There is An Original Mobil Regulator On The Firewall
Paint Is Done In Black Lacquer And Rubbed Thru To Appear Old ( I wanted a car that wasn’t sterile, and when it went places people could touch it sit in it, And Not Be Afraid Of Hurting It. So there Are No Do Not Touch Signs!
The Windshield Is Chopped, and There Are Chopped Top Bows (Old)That Go With The Car but are not Pictured
The Car Was Meant To Be Driven, Not Trailered.
There Are Stainless Spreader Bars Front and Rear, With The Rear Having A Stainless Push Bar Attached
Headlights are NOS Guide BLC’S as They Came From The Box, With a Custom Fabricated Headlight Bar that Attaches To The Stainless Steel Shock Mounts
Taillights Are ’50 Pontiac With Blue Dots
The Car Has Been On The Road For 3 Years and Has Approximatly 5000 Miles On IT
I Went To Great Lengths To Try To Keep This Car As Traditional As Possible 1940S 1950S Style